- A Twitter user took to social media to share her experience with her fiancé
- @scuviana, posted a photo of a ring on her finger and claimed her fiancé proposed
- She insinuated that the ring was cheap and further asked from her followers whether or not she should keep the ring
While marriage happens to be a big deal for most women because of social constructs, the same cannot be said of men especially regarding the rings or outfits for the marriage ceremony.
Most women tend to find relevance in the type of stone or metal used for their traditional marriage or white wedding ring. Others even insist on having expensive promise rings.
Well, a lady took to social media to recount an experience with her fiancé after she received what she perceived as a cheap ring from her would-be husband.
@scuviana, who appeared very upset about the type of proposal ring she received prior to their special day, quizzed her followers whether or not she would be right to reject the ring.
''We been together for 8 years and talking about getting married for almost 3 years. This is the ring he said he saved up to buy me. Are my being shady or materialistic if I tell this mf I don’t want dis little azz ring?,’’ @scuviana said on Twitter.
Some of her followers responded to her tweet.
''It’s not the ring that counts it’s the gesture ...but lemme stop Bc I’m not trynna get one of these either,'' @aaaalize said in response.
''Lmfaooooooooooooo Ayo niggas shouldn’t be getting married then? How he gone afford the wedding,'' another Twitter user also reacted.
However, @scuviana, revealed in another tweet that her fiancé had been robbed of the original ring and had to make-do with her current ring.
Meanwhile, in a video that has gained traction on social media, two police officers were captured directing a lady to collect a sachet rubber she threw into a gutter with her hand.
For what has been normalised in our society, most people have thrown sanity to the wind and continue to live below human dignity and perhaps deserve to be compelled to do the right thing.
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